Have you ever wanted to create a command that did nothing more than call a program with no parameters? Unfortunately,...
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since IBM doesn't allow us to specify *NONE on the "Source file" keyword of CRTCMD, you wind up with a bunch of one-line source files for all of these commands. Here's my solution.
Create the two-line source member (Fig.1) called @DFTCMDSRC in QGPL/QCMDSRC:
Use the example syntax from Fig.2 whenever you want to create a command that does nothing more that call the Command Processing Program.
Fig.1 - @DFTCMDSRC example
/* Default command source */ CMD Fig.2 - Example of creating a command CRTCMD CMD(lib/cmd_name) PGM(lib/pgm_name) SRCFILE(QGPL/QCMDSRC) SRCMBR(@DFTCMDSRC) ...other keywords as needed...
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